View Single Post
Unread 06-29-2011, 09:07 AM   #27
Pitmaster T
Babbling Farker
Pitmaster T's Avatar
Join Date: 04-03-11
Location: Dickinson, Texas
Downloads: 0
Uploads: 0

This recipe is stellar! Stellar! I will be releasing my Baked Beans video and everyone is gonna throw rock at it thanks to you. It will simply be a quick and dirty "hotel Pan quantity" recipe to keep things simple but no where near the complex goodness you offer here. Congratulations man!!!!

Originally Posted by Wampus View Post
So this recipe is officially DONE. This is the EXACT recipe that I submitted this past weekend at a competition in Franklin, IN in an "anything but" category and won 2nd Place!!! I know it's my secret recipe, but I'll share it with my fellow BRETHREN!!!!

My brother suggested I title them "Over the Top Beans", but I like the more descriptive title:

Wampus's Peach Bourbon Baked Beans

2 cans (15 oz) of cooked Great Northern beans, drained and rinsed
4 slices of thick sliced bacon, chopped
1 lb maple fatty (smoked ahead of time), crumbled/diced
1 med onion, diced
1/2 bell pepper (I like orange or yellow)
1 can (21 oz) peach pie filling (run knife through can to cut up larger pieces into smaller pieces)
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup Famous Dave's Apricot Bourbon BBQ Sauce
2 TBS worschestershire sauce
1/3 cup bourbon
1 lg clove garlic, minced
2 TBS yellow mustard
1 TBS rub (I like SM Sweet & Spicy)
1 TSP Ground Cayenne Pepper (OPTIONAL)

-Smoke Fatty (can be smoked well before), crumble or dice
-Brown Bacon in skillet (about 1/2 way)
-Add onion & pepper - cook until just carmelized
-Slowly add bourbon & garlic - simmer until caramelized
-Remove from heat
-Add remaining ingredients to skillet, mix thoroughly
-Put in pan and place in smoker
-Smoke for at least 2 hours, stirring occasionally (I smoke for 4 hours)

NOTE: I've had trouble finding Famous Dave's Apricot Bourbon Sauce lately. I've substituted lately with any of these:
  • Famous Dave's Thick 'n Sassy
  • Big Butz Hot
I'd suggest anything with a bit of a snap to it. Blues Hog would be farkin great too, I'd probably add the cayenne if I used that.
The beans I won with this past weekend also had about 1 tsp of ground cayenne pepper in them, I've listed that as optional. If used without the cayenne, they're really not spicy beans at all, but have just a little zing to them.

I don't even like baked beans and I LOVE these!!! I'm gonna submit them to the Brethren Recipe Book soon.

Pitmaster T is offline   Reply With Quote